Statistics compiled from the many data streams entering the CSW Online system from various sources are important to the core functioning of e.g. how groups are conveyed the results of their invested efforts; the way the Automatic Deployment System (ADS) distributes teams according to optional preferences, availability and measured skills, and how campaigns are planned in accordance with prior results.

The accumulated data contains many other interesting facts, however. The type of offences prevalent for a specific area, for instance, is a good indicator of the source or nature of the problem. Generic details about the owners of the offending vehicles - gender, age group, approximate area they come from, if the vehicles are taxed, MOT'ed etc. all add up to a blend of information that makes directed education or enforcement so much easier.

The chances of involving authorities, whether Roads Safety organisation or the Police, in solving the problem of speeding increase proportionally with the available statistics for a given area. Targeted intervention based on solid facts compiled over a longer period is far more effective than random response to something that might just be an imprecise or even perceived problem.
The joined-up CSW schemes working across county borders also allow for data collation of offences committed by drivers travelling outside their own region. Vehicles recorded speeding across the country in areas using CSW Online can expect to be dealt with in a consistent, swift and uniform manner. Records of cross border offences are stacked against the vehicle and response is escalated accordingly.
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